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TTTE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATU11IMY JANUARY , lm.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
ALWAYS AT THE FRONT.
To close out, wo offer 500 Corsets of the following stand
ard makes: Thompson, Brewster, Warner IJros., Pern's Waist,
Chicago Waist and Jaclison Waist; regular price Si, $1.35, Si. 50,
and St. 75, at the ridiculously low price of 47c Each. Ladies,
take notice of this: We carry a complete litis of the famous
Royal Worcester Corset, the most perfect fitting corset on the
Always on the lookout for bargains, we secured a manu
facturer's line of Ladies', Gents' and Children's Shoes, which we
shall offer at jobbers' prices. We can fit you. We can suit you.
Come and sec.
NEXT fllONDAY will close our inventory. Look out for
great bargains in all lines. All short lengths and odd sues must go.
Prices Cut No Figure..
Vanderhoof & Co.
Pcoplo .ire quick
to decide the
merits of oiu claim
that gas light is
cheaper than oil,
When thoy examine
offoicd. A 00 candle
power gas light costs
less than 4c per houi.
andotte Gas Co.,'
-Ox lU'STI'.O isr.w..
S The Journal's Kansas City, k
vj Kas , office is in tho main room
H ol the Chamber of Commerce h
M building. Subscriptions taken k
11 and advertisements received.
M Telephone S27.
MAY BE ABOLISHED.
.l.tUU.lMi TALKS OP IHMNC AWAY
mm 1111. roi.ici iioaiiii.
POLITICIANS ARE PERTURBED,
lllli COURTS AISi: IIXl'IIKIl'MMNC. HIT.
1'ICULl.Y IN OllTAINIMl JIJI'OKS,.
To Cclelintc tho Ceimplctloii of tho Turner
Hrielgc Close, of the Anlill il Me 1 t-
litg of tho Supre mo Ciitup
of thu Koyal Neighbors
"Will Clocrnor I.ewelllng abolish tho
metropolitan police foico of this clt) be
fore ho goes out of oHlce-' ' Is a question
that Is now being freely discussed by tho
politicians ami olllce hold, ih of this lt
Tho report came from Topeka )estcrday
morning that this would bo one of the ve ty
last acts of the governor before surrenelcr
lng the olllce, and this is tho cause of tho
Tho Populists of this city uny they do not
Know what tho governor intends to do.
The xay, however, that ho hns noer been
In f nor of tho system nnd that last sum
mer ho would hae abolished It had not tho
Populist polltlclins Interfered Ho called
borne of tho Influential members uC the
party to TopeKa In July and told them of
his intention They InslHted that to su
render tho police department In this city
would InjuiQ the chances of the Populist
pirt In tho county at tho full election
The told the governor that the Populists
Mould carry the (ounty, but they didn't
Since then tho governor, it Is said, has
been very tore and la now ready
to dlscprd the ostein.
Tho report of tho governor's intention
caused unite a commotion iimoiiB tho as
pirants foi the positions of members of tho
board of oltcu commissioners. They are
afraid that if such uction is taken
Governor Morrill will bo blow in putting
the metropolitan pollco 1 iw In forco again,
thus leaving them out of positions,
Shcrllf Peterson, who was formerly chief
of polite, statcel )tstcid.i) thnt in Ids opin
ion tho onl wa to tun a police depig
ment in this city was under tho metropoll.
tan s)stcm. llo Mid tli it the law oiiKht
to bo niiKndtd bo that tho ma) 01 would
bceoniu .1 mtiubor of the bo ird. llo had
hecrd of the 1 umar nliout Governor I.civcll-In;,-
intendliiK to abolish tho ssbtem and
fnid that If he did it would hi foi the
sole purpose of embarrassing the Im uinlhg
iidmlnlstriitlnn. llo predlctd lh.it If Lew.
filing did take such iicllou flovernor
Slonlll would icsloro the s)stem us soon
us he took olllce, "It Is tin onl wa) that
a police force tun be h tnded n a large
city," taid he. "Pctmlt tlio gnvtrtioi to
nnme Hum good men 10 act In huiniony
with tho tlty Koveinmint anil tlio best le
fults can be obtained In order to sctitio
harmony tho major should be made a
member of the board "
HAiti) to ui.r jih'oi.s,
Many uf 'ilioso llrauii Aru l.ltlur Absent
A special venire of eight Jurors was
drawn )csterdu) to scrvu at the present
term of tho district court. In making a ic
turn of the summons last evening (ho
sheriff icpurtid that three of the men
whose names were drawn had moved from
the county and two of them were dead.
An oitlcci around the district court, in
sneaking about thu matter last evening.
btatcd that It was almost Impossible to
draw u venire of twelve men uiul get all of
them to bene. This, he bays, Is due to (he
limited acquaintance of thu jury commis
sioners In the county, lie bald (hut in the
selection of commissioners tho governor
bhould choose men who have an extensive
aenualn.tunce bo that the wheels of Justice)
would not be clogged on account of uon-
residents nnd dead men being placed In the
In the Court,).
Judge Anderson, of tho court of common
plcis. found tho special finding a fact In
tho cabc of Scliilmpinci against Stockton
and f.ct Tliiirsdii) for iiigumcnt. The case
lias been on tilil for nenlv ten das and
Is for the possession of 1.') acres In the
northern limits of the cll.
Tho ense of III less igilnst Mann was
called esterday morning in the court of
common ideas The suit Is for the posses
sion of piopert, a dispute arising between
the III st and second mottgigees
To lit will be the list motion day of
tills term In the court of common pleris.
Judge Anderson has changed the hour from
9 30 In the morning to J o'clock In tho at tci -noon
Tho Inheis corpus rise of Walter I,
Tuck for thu possession of his son, Walter
0 , from his wife, was continued )cstcr
dii for scmii elu)s b Judge Anderson
The d image Milt of S irali on billons
ngilnst the Missouri Piclllc Itiilioail Com
pin foi $10,000 was bcttlcd csterday In
the court of common pleas for $710 1 he
suit was for the killing of the plaintiffs
husband in C press anls October 11.
ecoutI Annual Melting.
The second annual meeting of the Feder
ation of Clubs will bo held at llol in's hall.
530 Minnesota ivcntie, Mond ly uftcrnoon at
2 0 o'clock
'I he following programme has been pro
Plnuo solo, Mls Nottlng
Pappi, "The Amtrlc m Woman, nnd Her
Hxciisi for Doing a. Woman," lij Mrs J. b
Discussion, led ly Mesdames 1). W
Troup, How McClnln nnd J. P .Mill, r
Song b Mastei Willie Trlckett mil
Miss Hessle Cuuimlngs
Pipci, "Warieu Hustings," by Mis S S
Vocal duet, "The Land of the Swallows"
(Mnslnl), by Miss Cl-irn Miller and Miss
Meeting for Mm.
Tho usunl men's meeting will bo held at
the Y M C. A. rooms at 1 o'clock to-mor-iow
The initio will be III charge of a
choir of t Ittlo glils This choir was form
er! known as the Washington Avenue lip
worth I.cagii' choir, and tlic.lt fine singing
in both clth s mndo them man friends
About thiee months ago the dlshinded.
but rootganlid on New Ytai's di), mil
this wiil tic their tlrst nppearanee binec
their reorginl7atlon Following H n list
of the singers Miss Mai .Scott, Willi
reikis, Plot a Pullet, Giaee Khafer, Opal
Ainett, Jessie linker, CI nulla Lirown and
Pun base d a Hotel.
The Merriam Pat It Inflinnry Compan,
whose Institution was destrod by liro a
short tlmo ago, has pinch iscd the lupo
hotel at llonner Springs, and will occup
tho houso In a few d.is The hotel will be
Used as a prlv ito s initnriuiu and .ixjluni
When tho houso at Merriam pill, was de.
stioed tlio compin hid a 1 irgo nunihci
uf lnmitis All uf them will be trausfciiid
to Homier hprlnps The piopert was pin
ch iscil of J W McDinliliK of th it place.
The following olllceis wcie Installed Hst
night at lluiiislilo post No IS, (1 A It
W A Ilaishberger, post coinmindir,
John L'aske, senioi vice loiuniand, r, W
C lliinis, Junloi vice commnndir. Will
inn Priibtl-', adjutant, V. W, MeC'une,
chaplain, Willi tin Colg.iu, ipiaiti rmaster,
l)i A Atherlou, olllce r of the da, ,' A
Kirkhim, olllier of Dm Mind, Colonel J
W. Longfellow, bergeant mijor.
Arri slid for Iturgtar.
ConRtnblu Newt liiudlng iKtcrdiy ar
rested Thomus rrieiul, Kobert Keith, IM
McKnlght and 'Ihomas Vli.NMf on tlio
iliarge of biiigluUIng the lllveivlcw Joint
of Tom Luns 'Ihc pi ice was bioken Into
list Wednesday and a lugo amount of to
li.u cos, i Ignis and llipiois wile taken The
prisoners wcie scut to Jill to await exami
nation Lcfoio Justice Swingle) Junu iry 10
A Union of IIi.iiIk.
fleorgo A Speers, ngid 2.' jwirs, son of
Chief of Pollco Speers, of Kansas City, Mo ,
and Miss Jennie 1). Yauee, of thu Kist
side, were united in mull ue in tills tlty
cstciduy, 'J ho ccrcinoii was performed
b Probate Judge Momih.in at the comt
liouse In the presence of several court of
ficials. The newly mairled couple will
make their homo icioss tlio statu Hue,
Iltoldiiiie llistnijid lij lire,
'I he homo of John Dilhoin, of Jlonnet
Springs, was (Oiuplitely destio)ed by liro
at un early hour ytsteiduy moiniiig, The
tile originated in a defective Hue. Thcie
were stoics on each bhlo of the dwelling,
but the) weio suveil by the heiolo work of
tho ptople living in the town
Moral; Insure With Merlaiu . Dcutley,
The following Jurors were drawn cs
terd ly to servo in tho common pleas comt
during thu rchiuniy teim; John Duncan,
J. A. lleutly, L L Curtis, Albert Smith,
IV Y, -Me')er, T, K. I'oster, A. V. Hullard,
J,. A, llrothcrton, Vat Smart. J. O. rastn
m)cr, U. W. lleggs and I', J, Darnell.
MUlltOPUMI JIlSl'lll.I. NV,
The I'latt Deiitcher Yereln, one of tho
most popular of I tie German bocfeties of
Kansas City, Mo, will give u ball at Saw
yer's hull un the night of January 13.
I Charles O'Conib, living at No. 311 Arm
strong avenue, repotted to tho police es
terda) that bomu one had stolen his team
of horses from lib baru.
The board of trade ut its annual bession,
elected the following directors for the en
suing )cur: J. D. Cruise, George II. White,
I. M. .Tone, l! I HervIM, W W. !lnke!l,
It I'ord, C. I. HlnipKon. Ilenjnmlti Tried
burg ami 1" H McrKleltcr The dlrerlurs
will mci 1 'Mondiy night nnd elect olllceis
fjr the )enr.
Mrs. Mary Nleklln, nR"!! ?1 eaii, died
Jeslenlav of consumption, nt her home,
No 37 Park nicnue The de rined nu the
wife l.uko Nleklln, n well known citizen
of this city.
Money to loan W, A. SIMPSON
Th cafe of W. 8 Ilojlm and others
up tins! Sinli Kroh nnd olhirs, n null to
can I i mortgage and note for JliilM, will
1 on trial In the common pleas court neit
MomU). The suit Is the outurowth of the
ettl nnnt of the ctile of tin lib tleorge
I, Kroh Tho plilntltT will l represented
b) Hut hlngs ,V Krpllng't, while the de
fensi will be represented bv Heed & Heed
To rent Two nice four room houses nnd
one nice seven mom lioun tluso to Union
Paclllc ntul Missouri Pnellle shops.
8 N HIMPrfO.N .VSON,
Chmiber of Coinmercc building
Mrs Johinnt t'l.inev died yestenln)' at
St Joeph ho'pllnl, In Kansas Clt), Mo.
Hhc was onl) III about one month nnd was
for a number of )enr housekeeper for liev
Pilliei Curtln, pistor o' the St. HrldgetV
ehureh In oil Knnsis Cll, Kas 'I h re
mains wilt be hurled to-day at Mount St
The Lowell Lltenry Society hell n meet
ing last nlsht In the High school building
A ptouranune touching on ip my subjects
w is carried out
'lho county nttornev jeslerdiy Issued n
vvnrittu foi the nticHt of William Hlegner
on the chnrge of laroen). 'I he complaint
was sworn to bv A. llii)innn, who ihilms
tint Stegner stole a large amount of house
hold goods. Slegner Is now In Jill across
the st Up line on the charge of lirceny nnd
the ollleers refuse to give lilm up.
Next I'rlui) afternoon at 3 o'clock nt
)lo)lnn's lull, Mrs Latin l'.. Sciinimun, of
Kan is Clt Mo. will real her piper,
'The Christ In Art" 'this piper will bo Il
lustrated b) pictures
The Knnis City. Kas , hrinch of the
Jounnl Is now tocntcd in the nnln room
of the Chimlicr of Commerce building,
Biuiind lloor. etitrince from Central or
Park monurs, nt tho Junction of the Chel
sea Park lMgerton, Armourd lie, (Ira nil
View nnd " Kansas Clt), Mo, branches of
the "I." ro ul. and nUo terminus of the
West Side line, soon to bu completed 'led
K M Smith rclnriHil jclprdny from To
peka He went to sclei t qil irtcrs for the
next two )ears. He has been appointed im
a cli ik In thu state auditor's olllce nnd
expects to hold the position th it length of
l'red lliiclnn will return to Liwrence to
luol row to resume his studies in thu state
I low aid Dell left last evening for St
Miss Gertie Ad imson, of Sedalln, Is In
tho clt), thu guest of relulves
Counellmen Twist and Wldcner arrived
home from Topcki csteidu), where they
attended the meeting of mi)orH and ooun
cllnien held there ncintl). The rest of
the clt) olllclals will bu home to-d i)
Leo lllnch returned visteidi) from
lliitchln ion, when he spent the holliUi)s
with i datives
frank Hirton left )eterdiy for Memphis
to spend a week with friends
Stnte Sen itor Tijlor wis In the city a
few minutes )cstenlay, calling on friends
llo will leave to-morrow for TopcLn, to re
main there until the coming session of tho
legislature adjourns He s not disponed to
t ilk much concerning political alfilrs
Justice Swingle)' was In Topeki ) ester
da) , attending tho conference of the Demo
Miss Qucenle Addorns, of Tonginoxle,
who Ins been visiting relitivcs and fiieiids
during the holidays, his rcturmd home.
Mrs M. Il Hecker and her boil, Com eld,
Kturnid jcstcrdiy from Little Hoik, Ark,
where they huo been spending the holl
d i)s with friends.
Willi tm Knight, of Stillwater, K is , Is In
the clt) visiting friends
Form riieenlcif, of liHwitha, Kns , is In
the lt), with a view of Investing In re il
.Mis George Hlshop, who Ins been In
TiO), K is , assisting his fiithn in dispos
ing of a stork of geuei il mereliandisi , re
turned to this clt) )isterdi) to incept a
position with the II ink of Kansas City,
Kas. He will 1111 the position fornierl) oc
cupied h) W i: Council), who n signed
tho s line to iccept the poItlon of (list
deput) cleric undti Clerk of the Dlbtrlct
Miss .Maud Allls, who lias been 111 for tho
past six wnks. Is slowl) Improving
Mr Heni) Howie, a piomluent stockman
of Dickinson enuntv, K is , Is the Miest of
Mrs Colin McKlnnon nnd famll), on lltigh
Ilov r P Herry, formerly pislor of the
l'lrst Push) teilan eliureh of this tlty, is
now Incited at Mar) villi, Mo llo has n
pistorato there that pi)s him $1 rf) i jcu
Itev. llerr) was p istor of the t him h In this
ill) for ihout tin )iais List summer he
hud a mlsiindci standing with some of the
members of the church and resigned After
taking a month h rest he icuhcil a call
trotn Mar)lllo mil accepted It.
H Tho Journal's Armourdalo of- h
v flee is mLionmgei's book fatoro, K
ei No. 505 Kansas avonuo. Sub-
M senptions takon and advertlso- h
y monts received. C
Close of tin, Alum ll Mttting of the htl-
pri inn Camp of tlio Itujal -Ni Igli-
boirt of Ami riia.
'Iho nnnnil nuetlng of tho Mipremo camp
of Itojal Nclhhbor,s of Ameileu closed a
font di)s' sisslou in this clt) )istcnla),
'lho inuvcntlon e omened at Clatllu's hill
on Osage avenue, New Year's day, uiul
has lien in active session since A huge
amount of Impoitaut business concerning
the Older was iitcompllslied b) this distin
guish! d bod) New b)-liws weio dr.ittcd,
uiul sevei.il linpoitant amendments to the
luiistltullon wen i fleeted at this iiiietilig
iti a hundred delegates wcru pusint ut
the convcnttloii, which icprcsi uted the
older IhiotigliQiit thu inunti). 'Hie man)
visiting iiumlieis weio lojnlly euteitaluul
dill lug theli stu) In this clt) by the local
Last night's tiulus bore many of the
dtlegites homcwiiid, uiul the remainder
will leave this morning. Ilcfoio the as
n mid) adjoin ni d a vote of thanks was
extended to Lllm camp nnd thu eltUens
of Ainioiiiilule, who helped to maku tho
delegates' visit to tills I'll) n pleasant one,
.lolutliu pirs In .1 ill.
Willi im Illgglns and II McKnlft were
uriestid esteiday by Deput) United
States M.uslial llunl for selling llniior
without n KOMininent license, Whtu
placed under uirist both men wcie dealing
out the "spHkllug spirits" to their cus
tomer ut tluli "Joint" on Kansas nve
niie ileal Second stieet, 'lho "Joint" was
locked up, and thn prlsonets wiro taken
bofoie 1'nlted States Commlsslouci IVuy,
'llieir bond was lived at l0ci eicli, and be
ing unable to furnish the requited amount
tliey were committed to the county Jail.
'lo Orgunlzo it TinipiraiiiK sot let),
A gcnerul mass meeting will bo held to
night nt tho l'lrst Baptist church on South
Mill stieet for the puipose of orgunUIng
n tempeiuuce bocltt) In this clt), All the
dlfleieiit churches will hive a lepresentu
live present to speak for each congregation.
The object of the socletj is to enforce tho
piolilbltor' and autl-Bambling laws.
At the last meeting of Court Itoblu Hood
No. 7.W3, A. O. P. of A., the following olll
ceis vera elected for the ensuing term:
'Iheodoro Van 'Ireese, C. It.; L. llurber, S.
C , John D)erson, treasuiei; Samuel lllu
klc, C. W.; C. Moreland, J. W,J C. Holm.
P. (V, W, Moreland. It. S j Jt. Cicag, C.
II.) James Hanson, J. II., and Dr. She Won,
Miss Georgia Porch, has returned from
St. Joseph Mo, where she spent Hie lioli
ilajH with friends mil relatives
Jo-ifli llronlletl left lest hlglil for Chi
rnmi, where lie Ims ncieldid n olllon,
mid will imike that city his future home.
.Mrs. Maggie Johnson Is ipille 111 at her
home, No 27 South Packard streel
Memhi rs nf Hie Hoard of Trade and Clt 1-
rtns Will tVlelinile Hie tomple
Him of luriiir llrtdge.
Tlie members of the board of ra le of
litis lit) nre making rxi nn prepira
lions to join iv 1th n Hrge niitnlur of eltl
reus of )nnditto cnitnl) In I In il ling
the completion of the Turner bridge At a
reienl meeting of the hoird uf trule n
committee composed of lending business
men of this e-lt) nnd also severil promi
nent eltlzius of the count), wns nppoliitid
lo mtko nrriligenients for the celehritlon.
Tliose appointed to rrpresmt tills e Ity
are ns follows O A Tit) lor, J 1! Wis
coskli, Willi im McOenrge, T M L)ncli,
lleiirv 'Jchorer and George Simmon Sen
ator IMulii Tn)lor, of IMwaidsvllle, Sim
ile I H ufer, James Tliumons and I L. Per
kins wire named as delegates with which
the Argentine rommlltce Is to Join lu
making the lrrangetnints.
Several spe ikers will be Invited to mike
addresses nnd Invltitlons will be sent lo
the lotintv olllclals and prominent rill
reus 'lhe lommllleo will meet licit
Thursday to complete tho arrangements
i Image I'ropenril.
Announcement hns been hnde here lint
an Important change will soon go Into
effect on lhe Atchison, Tnpcka X. S intn
IV Hi it will affect ii number of thelt em
ploes nt this plaie. In cise Ihei pro
posed oh inpe Is made nil nsenger Iralns
that havi) In the pint mide Argentine a
teimlml point will run through from To
peka to Mnreellne. Mo Thlls action would
do aw a) with luclt-up crows b,lwccn Inrt
and KmsiM City, thus I educing Hie fane
of men nuking this clt) their heidiiuarl
crs. Ity making this change the expenses
of the compmy. It Is claimed, will be
gre itly reduced All train ctews will then
m ike the run from Topek i to Mirrcllni,
Mo, without changing nt K ms is City or
this pi ice.
Tr)llig to Close the .Joints.
Tho members of the Lpworth League of
the Methodist church have begun proceed
lugs Ii) which they hope to close all Joints
In this clt) At a recent muting n com
mittee composed of Will Wnilsworth, llv
eiett Draper, Misses Maude Alexander and
Sunshine Collinsworth wns appointed to
select some me ills b) which the le igue 's
pi ills might be c irrled out A meeting of
the eommlltie was held list night for lhe
purpose of nuking llunl airingements he
roic beginning ope nitons 'lhe ma) or and
clt) councllmin will piolnhly be recpiestcd
to take action b) which these places
would be iinnlhllitie! Ill c ise the ollli 1 lis
fall to (ompl) with the request of the
committee, clforts will be in ul", It Is s ild,
to have these olllclals Impciehcd.
Ilislalleil Olllce rs. '
The Installation of ollleers held by the
Grind Arm) of thu lie public list night In
llnrke's lull wns nil Interesting event
The meeting was at tended b) n Iirgo
niinibei of visiting comriles and their
1 idles After thu new ollleers were In
stalled, a bineiuet was fclven by the mem
bers of the local order.
MlNeell ii neons.
Gorden Woodruff, driver for the lire e1e
pirtment, while walking In front of the
eltv hnll )csteidiy morning slipped and
fell from a stone wall, scvucl) spraining
his ankle. Dr Ilurko dressed the Injur)
and sivs tint It Is exceedingly pilnful
mid will confine thu Injured mill to hi
home for siveral weeks M 11 Morrison
velll net as ilrlver III his pi ice
An agent of the Westirn T)ie foundry
of Kansas Clt) wis In the clt) csterdi)
nuking prepiratlons to remove the tjpe
and olllcu llxtures used In the olllce of the
Argentine H igle, a Populist piper tint re
ceiitl) suspended publication 'I his com
pin) hid a ililm ngilnst the piper and
secured the outllt to s itlsf) the clilm
Councllmin 1'Hrlik Kc)cs, of the 1'ourtn
w ml, Is unite sl It
Henry Shaw, of Olithe, Kns, wis In tho
clt) )ostirdi) visiting with C W M irs
ton and family He Is attending a mllltirv
college at Hoonvilh, Mu
J W. Sterrltt recently returned from a
hunting ti Ip In llites count), Mu
Miss Nellie Ginlson Is recovering from
a iiecnt Illness
J. ' Horilnek, of K insis Clt), super
intendent of terminals for the hinti 1'c,
wis lu the city on business )cstenli)
James Kussell will soon begin cutting
nnd picking Ice for the coming sum
Legion No 10 Soli -l Knights, A O U.
W attended a reception given b) the mem
bers of Turner lodM list nlfcht at that
All thit glitters is not gold" but the
gnl I In the medal renlved bv Dr Prim's
linking Powihr at the California Mid
winter fair Is genuine
.Joseph III be r, a I'roniine nt I' inner. Makes
ail Assignment lo sutNfy the CI llms
of ( itulltors.
Joseph nobir, a pimnlncnt farmer nnd
hcivv land ownei iesldlng iiear Huek-
ner, Mo , in ulo an nsslgnnient esterd ly
Tho nsslgness are Homy lieber. Joseph
I'eke t and Jon tthnn W. Hlue, of I "cut
Osigu tiiwiishlp Tho ele-eel of assign,
me nt placed em leemd )estoida) con
veys nil of his prop, rty, both leul und
peisonal, hltmteel In Ton Osage teivvn
bhlp No puleriid cteditois uro men
tinned In the Instiumetit. Tlio irnl es
tate totuled up nmiiuiilH lo 1.10S actes
mill is valued nt JhJIO. Tliu Hibllltles
nio tHtlmitcd nt $5,000 Mr. Ileber cun
elucteel line of tho Ingest stock funis
lu Jackson county nnd wns considered
a successful farmei Tho assignment
Is H.tlel to be eluo In security notes and
Inil Investments, together with his in
ability to ii.ilUo upon bis possessions
without gient b icrlllee. 'lho assignment
came ns a uuipilso to business clicks In
Ilislalleil Dllhi rs.
A pnlillo Install ition of oinccrs. took
placu ut tho fi. A It. Inll Thursday
night. Thcie, was qiillci a luge attend
ance of people to witness tho ceremony
of inusteilng in C M Crandill was
the inusteilng olllui. After tho c le
mony speeches wore niiido nnd u su
ci.ibln evening was spent. W, I.oeko was
inustciiil in as commaudei of tliu post.
.M, A lllggs was Insulin! as senior vice
commaudei; J, Sullivan, Junloi vlco
comiuaiiilei, nnd J. A. Martini.', quartet
mister. Gcoigu Slicimnn was Installed
Mis. T. C Cieel enlertnlned n number
of filomls Tltmsdiy night In lionoi of
Dr, Hdward A. I.oe, ot Odessa. Mo , Is
tlio guest of his aunt, mis. John N
Miss Maty I.eflwlcli has leturneil to
AYut i ensiling, whore sho will attend tlio
noi mill bohool.
Jss riorenco Kiinnnlc, who lias been
the guest of Mis, Mooic, at her homo on
Delivvtuo stieet, returned to her homo
at 1'lcasaut Hill )esteulay,
niiler J, A. Holilnson will deliver a
lecture Sunday night nt tho Latter Day
Saints' church. Ills subject will lie;
"Half Ilouis With Harly Cliilstlnn Con
elts," Mis. C. C. Chiles will enteitnln the
Man led I.aelles' Club Tuesd ty next ut
hei homo em West Miplo avenue.
Miss Mat Ion Duvill, of Lexington,
Mo , Is being entertained by Mrs. W, I.
Wtbb, at her home on West Maple nv
Arthur Ileaton and Miss May Kendal)
weio man led )csttiday by Justice Jo.ir,
sJohn l, Thoinjibon, cleik of tho crlm
Inul rourt, tiled with tho county cleiK
vcstcielay his report for tho quarter
ending December Jl.
Yoikmen vvcro busy yestetdny tear
lug elovvn the walls of the icccntly
burned llaptlst church. The now supei
Btiucture will bo similar In urchltccturo
to the old edifice, with the exception of
a change lu the tower.
Better & Cheaper.
THE ROYAL BAKING POWDER is more economical than
other brands because of its greater leavening strength, as
shown by both the U. S. and Canadian Government Reports.
The other baking powders contain from 20 to 80 per cent, less
leavening gets than the ROYAL. So the ROYAL, even should
it cost more than the others, would be much the cheaper.
In addition to this the superior flavor, sweetness, wholcsomc
ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING
POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant.
Highest of a!! in leavening strength.
Latest U. S. Government Food Report.
P0VAL DAKINO TOWOCn CO , t06 WALL ST,, NF W-YORK.
DUN'S WEEKLY REYIEW.
(ii:.i:i:.w, iti.snvii; or Tin: iilnim:ss
or tin: I'.vsr v..u.
A large lie ere use, in I nltlires, the rrngi,
Ilelug About 1 we lie. In Kury Thon-
ftiinil I Irms I'rlies of Alt
Conituoelltles the I invest
New York, Jnn I U O Dun &. Co 's
weekly levlew of Hade si)s.
I'alluteh for IS (I full) rt ported this weik
are II fcV, In the United States, with liabili
ties of $ir.VHJ,xV! The deeri me of over half
lu this cuiiutr) is not surprising, hut lhe
stite ment shows tint most of the elecre lhe
In the fill toil btitis Ik In m iiiufac tilting
llibllllles A few states, Including New York
and Pi nn-) h.tnla, show more failures
thin In iv 11, and In a few Southern states
the iiinuiint of nihilities Is larger, but in
Central ami Western slates vii) much
mullet In elcvin of the Inst thirty-eight
)e irs lepoited, Ililillittes have bet n Hri.ii
thin lu isii, though for this )eir anil isil
the statenient Is e cmtlned to e emimerct il
fiilhins, as It was not In foimir vents
The filluies hive In en 2 '. In ever) 1000
llrms doing business, the Ililillltlcs hive
nveruged $1377 to each llrm 111 trade, and,
In proportion to the volume of solvent husl
tii ss tepre-enli d b) all cli irlng hoiibe cx
cliinges, Jjrci for e 'er) 1 Cevl
'lhe eompletc review of dllfercnl brine lies
of business pliees in a clear llc,ht the fact
thnt price r of eommodltles ate at the low
est level ever known lliglit ) ears ago. In
Jul), prices averaged onl) 71t'J per cent of
the prices lot the same aitleles and in the
dine millets J inn ir) 1, IM, and this te
in lined the lowcht point ever touched until
August 10, lss, when the aveiige fill lo
li .ii, but early this jenr prices droppii) be
low all previous reenidsand liave niver ic
eoverul, tliev average lieing oni) 03 73 pel
cent of the prices lu 1MV) The range w is
vei) little higher at the end of tin )eir
nnd about as low Octobir i" lhe fall
slnio a )cir ac.o his bun D'j per cent
hut very umquil In different branchi s In
lion and still products, II pi r ei lit. III
wool 11 I pi i eent. In weiobns and cottons
about 1", pi r u nt These ch mets e outi iwt
sh irpl) with the iliclliu ot wages p ild pet
bouts work, which average onl) 1- per
ci nt h s., Ul in a )i ir ago
The londltlon of Industries has been
lugol) govniied b) the fill In price s nail
while pioluetloit Is much j,rmtir thin a
vear ago, the aggregate incH.iM- hi ing f ilr-
1) miasiired b) the liureise of S Jl per
cent lu lioiirs of work eloni In Nov e nihil,
eonipircel with the previous )inr It has
bee n the controlling feature- lu almost
ever) import nit indiitr) that consumption
has not kept pace with the output mid lias
not Mtstalncil pi lees lhe wnoli n Indiislty
leeords i production for the jiir ihout a
iliiaitit b ss thin normal and for the list
foui months JS 17 per cent leys than In 1S0J
In ipi uitlt) of wool loiiKiimid, but In value
of product the decrease was, of couise,
The ), ir hii- been especlill) noteworthy
for the lowixt prices of wheat and eolton
on le'cord. Moth MUTe r from wholl) unpre
cedented in e iiiuiilfitlon of stocks, tin ciops
being large OulKlde tills count!) when
production has not inere n-ed enough te,
justlf) a price of Co tents at Ne w Voik and
the ae i limn! ition is IniM ly due to f iIm re -ports
of ) lelil Intendul to frighten hii)in
mid tain prhes 'lhe Kime Inllucnei" his
been felt 111 eolton, vellich Is iiImi itfetted
b) wotlil-wlde di I'leshlon lu buvliuss mid
dniiMFo In consumption of goods In
othci ptoiluci mtrkett, lhe )car has been
relitlv,!) K-s important
Ml.llt'll Ml Alii! IIDIM'IL'I.
Id tlie Moit I iiioeiragiiig lifiteire, of the
New York, Jin. I 111 ulstreet's si)s'
Theie h is bu u no m iteilal impiovi mint In
general trade wllhln a wiel; Jobheis and
otliet wholisilers aie t-indlug out, ot mu
about te, send out, eommerclil trtvelers,
and lu man) iiu'tmues have not llnlshed thu
)car'8 aceouulH and Hloek-I iking, A t lint,
lilion of lliadstrec t ti h giaplilc reportH
from mote Import int tindu e elite is dois nut
lcM.it hpeellll) hopeful Uma an to ail liu
pioviuniit in IiiihIiii ss lu thu neat fiituii.
lu ininj Instances tiade tevlval is deelircd
to elepeiid on i xcttlemcnl of thu curreitc)
qui ition. 'Iho most eiieouiaglng ixpii.s
slonx of opinions are tint milch tuts aiu
Among more f ivorablo conditions are ie
polt.i tint stocks of goods of nil descilp
llons lu the hands of Jobbe r, m Iniifn lin
ers and ictallcrs, Wist and Noithwixt, am
geitei ill) hut did thin usual at this n a
noni that the business of the )car In illy
goods, hits, shoes, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e t )- and giocerles
has been falrl) satisf u tor), and tint coll
wi ithei has sllmiilited elemiinl lor coal
ami seasonable I tin Us
Coil Is Iractlonally lower; pig tin Is
lovvei, ns nre poik, law sugir, Iiidlin lorn,
llvu tattle anil hogs ruieli.n competition
Willi Amerlein woolen dicss goods for
sptlug deliver) is slurp, mid domestic f.i li
lies aie rithir neglected, although inaii)
mills are bus) on orders for mi n't, wear
woolens, rullowliig the list of (kinases lu
ptlees lire leather, lumbei, mil, naval
slotis, eolfte, oats, mid cottun, foi which
iiiolalions hive been milnlulned Cheap
er glades o slioes ut IVistnn factoiles aie
hlrher. as are win it and laid
Total bank eleirlngs at sixty-nine cities
lu lhe I'nlttd htutes, otlielilly reported lo
Hradstrect's, nggtegato for tlio calendar
year lbOt, 1 1 1 095,uiO,(-lC per eent less thin
in the panic )car ISM, and '0 pei cent less
than In 1W.', tho )ear of lho laigcst volume
of bunk clearings, dealings foi 1SJ con.
ntllute the smallest nggiegite for nlno
)ears. Total exports of wheat, iloui in
eluded as wheat, both coasts Pulled States,
amount to H.CM.OOO bushels, aalnt l,!11.0oi)
,l witl acro. 3.19o.00i) lu tliu week a vear
ago, 3,0uSt) to ears ago, 5.3.M fnXI In IS.', j
nnd compiled with .'.ij7n,0ti in 1891.
Available wheat, United Slates and Can
ada, Jami.ir) 1, aggregated l.'7,OU9,OuO bush
els, 17,0x),0i) more than one )tar before,
ll.ooei.too more than two icars ago and
W.oooooi) mote than three years ago. Wheat i
allo.it fur and In Uuropc on tho 1st lust.
aggregated 07,711,000 bushels, a fulling ol( of I
1.".".oo,(m) fioiu a year ago, 10.WO.Im) ftoni'
two jeais ago, und 20,700 000 from three I
wru uto The most bullish feature of I
Ilr&dstrccl's tegular monthly report of all'
American wheat stoekj h found la the uv(j
decreise of ftv'i bushels lu available sup
plies lu lite t tilted Htilee and ('anile! i dur
ing I'eiinibir Inst whereis In four pre
ceding )etrs Deere tuber avallible utocks of
win it heie mid ill Can Ida each Increased
on an nvtrac.c of lulween l,fii)0 and "fvi
0l buslielH Avallible wheat lu thu fulled
States, Canada lairope anil alio it foi
Imrop" Januit) 1 Ineieasnl onl) 1I1,(")
bushels In lie ei tuber In Dieimbn, IM!
there w is a decrease of li1 into biislieis, aiid
III the ) t n luroie a gain of
f,5.Y,000 bitshels lhe list bullish fe in
itio of the tepott is the mipple
meiitnrv report giving iiucnilnti d stijeks
of iv ill ihle IIiiskI in win it at the liitetloi
'I hese ire leported tuunthlv, front Itine I
list, when the) amoiinti d In v,SiHi bush
els Since then the) hive doubled the
tot ll, Jilitni) I, 1SJ", hi lug 17,CO0,O"O bush
els. ii A ic ci. i:itixe.s.
IIiisIiii-kh of (lie lllinl.s ill Hie I'rllicliiill
Cities (lie. I'llHt Wfi'll.
The following t ible, --umpllcd by Hrad
ptrcei'K, shows Hie total clear.inees at the
pilnclpil cities anil lhe percent ito ot in
ere ise or elecreasi, is eompired with tlie
loitespondlng week list )cur
NEWS FROM UiAYENWORTH.
lCle irlngs) Hie I Die
New V ork
S 111 11 ihcNco ...
Kalis is ejltv
Out ih i
Indianapolis . ...
Pi en In
New II iv en . .
s ivatitiali .. .
spilngtle id, Mass,
VV oiei stei . ...
I'm Hand, .Me. . ..
tl ml i . ...
H) t tciKo
Dirt Molni s
lir mil It ipids .
I owi II
V llinlitgton, Del
Noifolk . .
slnux CItv , . ..
I o Angeles . ...
'lacomu , ...
Siglnaw, Jllch ..
Spoknno . ..,
laeksouv llle ,
I liicoln ., .,
.Sew Iteilford . ...
IHimlngham . ,. ,
'I ope K i
l.uxlngton Ky, ...
litiighamptoit . ,,,
III) Clt). Midi. .
Pail Illver ..
Silt l.aku Cliv
"r, Ml. 01 1
xn Ml , 1,10
71 .".i. J7J
11 1)7,1 1)1
11 a). Sl
11 'lS 7 ll
i 77. JI
10 l.l'l I'd
I It, V71
f CIS 071
r, Ot X..1
r, SS7 7.'7
t I.TI 171
0 f07 v.i
I (10 1 7.10
.- v.i an
.' ') )v "i I
.' tfi ) i,l
1 101. Ti. I
1,7 17 17 1
1.1 IM IM
1 1.'." 1.11
J j.1, 17 1
1 ri 07
1.'. 10 070
")-, I SI
js i r.-j
t!l 71 ni
.i i. H7R
1 un Hi,
1 lei) Kl
iiiimi ti itiA-i tin: iMit.ici: neiAiti:
HA- III.I.V Aslil't) III Itl NlCi.V.
Kentli e,r Willi em King, mi Olil Sulillcr, ill
Ml. .John's llo-pltnl libor Dele gates
lie turn I rum lopeku Mint Hutu -
oils IXeiis mid I'e montil utis.
President llotnv Jiuiseii, of the iiollcr
lieiai el, hivs he hits novel received tiny
wind, ellrictl) ot iillu I ulc, n tin) Hov
el not l.cwelllng reinifsling the polite
be) ml Id eiiit business at iinv llxed ilato
It is hue, however, the hum! elltl ex
pect to be dlsb iniled Junu it v 1.
While Mi. Jiiiiscii Is u l-kmnci.it, )u
has entidlicteil tho business 0f the bond
In it biis!ui.s-!lkc mitiliei, which bus
met the uppiovnl of citizens.
(iooil housekeeping cm be reduce d to a
srlenri with thu aid ot Dr Pileu's e're.im
ll iking Powdi r
ni.'VIOCIt ITS lll.l I'l.Y I'O.MII.KIMi.
'Il)iy Aru In a liiniii.l ir), as L'sttal, Aliuot
tin. I irllT r.lll.
Wnshlngion, Jin I 'liu, Democratic
unlets of the senate are Hill uml.il In) ns
n y linn tli. . .. ill i... ....
- - - -- ..... .rl,,l,.-tl,),'
Iiadets of the senate are Hill imdii I hd ns
to when the) will Introduce thu proposed
nun minimis to the urgent dellelene) bin
forthe eorieetlon of cirota lu the pi. sent
til Uf, or w he the r they will introduce! the in
home of the Itepiibllcm hen Unrs think
the changes proposed hbotild be mule and
It is undiistuoil some ot thn lie publicans
of thu tin nice, lennmlltco aru liteltidcil In
the nuinbii. When beuittoi Jones, eif At
kinniH, who has ha I this In ehmg,, was
askiil If ho did not exject them lo bo i tile I
ut on a point or unlet, he iiplled, '.vm
I Hit) mu favoi ililv iciurlnl itpuu b)
. tegiiltr comniltiie 'lhu rule against
.un miliums to npptoprl ition bills, not
ge im me, uiak
- " .... inu , i.tiur ut
llilendllicnts Willi ll leceive the Imlni-., .
ment of a coitimltlii. If wo dee id,, to i.
Iililllli. ttin n in. niltnr ,,,. .... uli.,11 ,. .
..-....- ... ..........I ,.t. o,.i,,, cvt'iei
) sure that the) will iceehe the commit
,io'n sanction "
'I hero Is feai, however, of Itepubllc in
llllbustcrliig, mid tlio effort which Is now
miking is to prcvint this or to leduiu It
to u minimum A Itc publican nicnibir of
the coiutulilie on llmnce said that so far
fiu lif. 1....1 !... l.,r. .. ..... ...,.. ...
.. ,.,, ....I, u, t, ,,,,. ,u iiMiiiaifi inure
would be no opposition, among tho Iiipuli.
lll.l.lU (.1 tll.1 ... f..... . ., , ... . . .1. .
,.,,.,,.. . ,,,.. iiiuiiuam uiiiciiiiiiietie iu in,
Inionio tix law, relieving loiporullons
ftoni the rtmilicinent to furnish lists nf
the silarles paid lo nil their einiIo)is, In
eluding those leeelvlng less than $1 IHW. It
Is understood that Senulors llo.n nnd
Chandler uiul poisibly other senators were
o posed lo tho ptoposed repeal of the" pro
vision eoniciiilng free ul-uhol In thu aits,
but theie Is a probilillity that a promise
may be tilitulntil holdinu this opposition
down so fat ns to muse, the Democnts to
Icel Jiistjried 111 pilltlug 111 lhu iiinendinent
It Is (.ciietally understood among them,
however, that any determined opposition
amounting to prolonged obstruction, would
defeat any amcudmint offered, us the
llmu left Is rompaiallvely brief, and there
Is much business to bu done before ad
Ituporluut Demoe ratio I'uuemi,
Washington, Jan, 1 lleprescntutlvo W.
3 llolmau, chairman ot Ihc Deinociatlc
i. incus committee of thu house, issued a
call lati! tills evening for a Deinociatlc
mucus to be held ut J P m. on Monday
next. The cull slates Impoilant ine.isiiies
will bo considered, It was Issued after a
conference tu-da) between Mi, lolman,
Mr. Springer and breaker Crisp. It wns
at tlrst desired to held the meeting on bat
urdj) night, but so many Democrats ure
absent that It was deemed best to wait
Tl-c principal subject to be considered Is
the currency bill. The question o( u bond
Issue will also be considered. . '
William King llunl.
Wllllntu King, nf the- roitleth Iowa
Infant!), tiled suddetilv )cslctdiy mottl
ing nt St John's hospital, where he
vvtiH taken nbollt three weeks age) Tliu
leinnlni wcie letiiovid to the home
luoigiie esterda) nnd will lie burled to
I at, or lie le gate s K, turn
Tile' tlclegitis to the Statu Pi-dci ition
of I. ibui council, held at Topoku, hive
u til! mil Itcsiiltitliins wire p.tsseel ceill
ele inning tlie Pullman cumpinv anil Its
actbnis In the recent strike and indors
ing the uclioi s of till- Unltid State.!
httllcu ciiintnlsslon They al-o pt",iel
lesolutliius iudiitsltig Jnmes (Ir.ihaiii. nf
this clt), for lhe position of state mine
T K Smith It is tlie piv ing completeel
to rourtli slice t. Tell da) s ot good
vvcathet will complete It
T X I'.ecke), thu in w Populist coun
ty niiilltoi assumes his new olll. e tei
elnj Ills bond his been ipprovcil Mi
ollvir S lit i tt lias belli the olllce fnt
the pint twulvo )eir- and has piovcn
himself an ellliletit nnd in linnm.ililc
nllltii, Itivlng nt all times guitiled tho
alliilis (.f tills coll nt) with a stead)
hand. Mi. Ilintt will now push hi!
canvass foi the watdeiishli of the pen
Itelitlui) with vigot.
'lite Internal le venue collections for
DeCilllbel .llllllUllt to JJO&oOOl Of this
iimouut oleomnrgiriiio conttlbutctl
$l.'.u!i, spuel il tit stumps. $.ni)r,i), to.
buceo, $J7J7G, e trds. $ixj7e., clgirs nnd
eiganltis, $3 S3t,l, beer, $110 23, list col
li etlolis r.i 1.1
'lhe st Paul Iltptlsi clttiich (colored)
hits Im n nig lulled Tlie fullnvvliig ilea
inns wcto chosen II.irii-.on ronce,
llatve) Debow. William Combs Webb
I) tub Is and John Ditilels William
Ciiiubs was eleeted clerk anil Itev. J.
'lhu rem litis of lien 1" T.ilbntt, who
died ul the MisMiuii Paclllc hospital at
Kan-.is Clt), Mo, will urilvi here ut
11 JS to-motiow at tlie Union depot,
1 1 oni when lhe film i .il will tako pi ice.
Int. i ment ut .Mount C'nlvai)
The it m tins nf Mis sophi I Ililmeis,
mothci uf II. J Helmets, wcie Inn ltd
finm the tisldeiiie of bet son em South
Iltiiadwa), vesiiult) aftciu urn Tin
It m tins weit 1 lid to lent at llteenwoeul,
.Sciguattt Doneihue, uf the Tnpik I po
lice ioiec was In the cltv )i stciday.
W II Dodelildgt and II, (I Chirk, ot
tho Mlssoutl Paclllc, wcie in the city
Don IVtin, son nf Hon A. A. Tenii,
has locoveied sillllcleull) fiom a so
veu iittack ot t)pheilel fever to veiituic
Tito Wnnnu'H Hellef Corps No. 200, O.
A. It, ami CiihIi i post No S lustulleil
ntllcciH for tlio new jt.ir nt O, A, 15.
hull ThiiiMl.i) night.
The John I! Meigs branch No J. C.
SI 11 A, Installeel new ullleera Tluirs
cl ty night.
I'lawinurs (ii.uul was p-ickPtl to hear
"Old Kiiitnek)" Thutsdi) night
SIests. Pooper und Johnson atlomplt.il
tn mo tho li tu ot a iliovvnlng elog lu
tho liver nnd c uno lie u losing their
nun lives. Passim; help alone saved
W W Honpei s Ileur) Slusteett wns
on trial beforo Jiulgo Slc)cr )esterday
in thu distilct cum i.
The Jtuy in tho Cair vs. Needhnm
c iso lit tlio distilct com t gave tlio
plilutlff jtidgmtut for JJI, while tlio
costs will exceed $100
Annlu Hauls lias lustltuteil suit
against Maty Jacobs for JSSO, uuto ami
Grateful as showers to the part lied tnrth
is tliu il nor of food cooked with Dr. Price's
11 iking Powder.
Argument In the Debit inset.
Chicago, Jan. I Judge Orossctip. In the)
Vnlleel Slntes court, bigan htarlng argu
mtuts to-el i) on motions to ipiash Intllcl
me tits in the cases against President Debs
and otlui olllclals of the American Hull
wa) Union Thire ure two omnibus Indict,
minis on whlih arguments to qu ish were
to lie made. One charges conspiracy to ob
struct interstate commerce) and the other
alleges lhe obstruction ot United Slates
malls. Arguments fur tho defendants wero
made b) T, W. Harper, of Terro Haute,
1ml , and S S. (iregor), of Chicago. Tho
arguments for the government were made
by ix. District Attorney T, B. MUchrlst
und Attorney SI. Hosintlial. The argu
ments were completed this afternoon und a
decision will be rendered next Tuesday,
Will Meet the Income Tax
New York, Jan. I The directors of tho
New Jersc) Central road liavo decided to
deduct fiom earnings a sum equal to the
amount of Income tax which the holders of
stuck would hau to pay on the dividends
each )iar. lids is a new item of expense
und one not expected earlier In the year.
Sedalla, Slo , Jan. t Ilov. O. W. Wade.
formerly a prominent Congregatlonallst
elerg)mun or nils cll), rather of Itev. J.
ti. Wude. principal ot the SexUlla high
school, died at the Nevada us)lum last
night. The funerul will take place here)
. ly . Vl